The living room is the central room in a house and in the area where people spend most of their time, whether with guests or alone. The atmosphere in life is very important and is often determined by the lighting. Chandeliers are very common in the living room because they have the elegance that is needed for a stylish interior, and they go well with this area, which is usually quite large. But other types of lighting can also be beautiful. Here are a few examples:
A traditional living room with a classic interior and subtle modest influences, as in this case, requires a chandelier or pendant that can stand out without being too conspicuous. This is perfect because it is simple, has chic, classic lines and complements the interior beautifully.
This living room for example also has a traditional base as interior decoration. However, the modern influences here are stronger and the chandelier is perhaps the most suggestive piece in this sense. Its shape is delicate and stylish and both the colour and the texture match perfectly with the rest of the decor.
And here is another traditional living room. This model has ceiling lighting that proves that the same type of decor is suitable for different types of lighting. The key is to choose the one that works best for the specific details you have chosen for the interior of your living room.
Very common and popular in traditional living rooms are chandeliers with artificial candle shapes that are arranged around a circular structure that hangs from the ceiling. This type of chandeliers usually go low and they work best in rooms with high ceilings. In this living room the exposed wooden beams give added charm and look beautiful in combination with this chandelier.
We now take a look at two modern living rooms to see which lighting styles work best in their case. This living room, for example, has an open plan layout that includes the kitchen and dining room. The kitchen area is limited by a minimal sloping ceiling with spotlights, while in the dining area a stylish pendant luminaire hangs over the table.
In a contemporary living room, the classic, traditional chandeliers and pendant luminaires are not what the decor needs to feel coherent. In this case, for example, the two minimalist and oversized pendant luminaires complement the decor perfectly and give it the spark that stands out.